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Sleek, mod condo wants $950K

Airy and contemporary

long white open-plan room with large windows and glass doors, dining, kitchen living araes
3611 Ridgelea Drive
Spaces & Faces Photography courtesy of Realty Austin

This contemporary condo in a duplex-style setup was built in 2007, but its clean, horizontal lines hark back to late modernism. That spirit carries through the light-filled interiors, which have 10-foot ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, recessed and track lighting, and a flow with yard and patio access that encourages indoor-outdoor living.

The two-story home is centrally located on a leafy lot in the Ridgelea subdivision of the Oakmont Heights neighborhood just west of Rosedale. It has four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and two living areas and measures 2,550 square feet. Floors are hard tile, bamboo, and concrete. The updated kitchen has a breakfast bar, a central island, silestone counters, and stainless-steel appliances.

The downstairs master suite has an adjacent office/playroom-type area with built-ins and a walk-in closet, and the master bathroom features a garden tub and a separate, walk-in shower. Telescoping glass doors off the dining room open to a private courtyard. The home also has a (potentially fenced) yard and a two-car garage.

3611 Ridgelea Drive [Realty Austin]